As Congress debates whether to authorize military action in Syria, President Barack Obama and his administration are continuing to make their case at home and abroad. On Wednesday, Obama sought to couch the issue in heavily moral terms.
The Obama administration continued to push for support for US military action in Syria, with President Obama himself stepping into the public spotlight today. He says the world needs to confront actions that violate our common humanity.
At the height of the Cold War, a German teen decided he'd fly his single-ending plane deep into the Soviet Union to build a metaphorical bridge between the Germans and the Soviets. He landed in Red Square — and was arrested and sentenced 25 years ago last week.
For the Geo Quiz we're getting out the popcorn and settling in for a screening of the world's longest movie. The ticket's cheap: in fact it's free but the feature lasts 240 hours. So, we want to know, where is this mega-pic being shown?
The career of Jimi Hendrix was like a firecracker, bright, but short-lived. Some of his music hasn't been heard since he played it, particularly from some of his live performances. But a new recording is bringing new life to a February 1969 performance of his in the U.K.
Hillary Clinton is set to be the first woman to head a major-party ticket in the United States. In Sweden, gender equality in politics isn't so novel — but there's never been a female head of state there, either.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to an activist in Stockholm, Sweden, who's part of a growing movement out to pressure the government to make subway rides free. The goal behind it? To get people out of their air-polluting, traffic-making cars.
Another Scandinavian thriller, The Snowman by Jo Nesbo, is out. The World's Alex Gallafent asked some interested Scandinavians how they might freshen up the Nordic noir genre. They came up with a new storyline.